November 24th, 2013
Episode 303 of 346 episodes
TONIGHTwe will be speaking with Millie Cattlin and Joseph Norster from ‘These are THE PROJECTS we do together’. http://www.theprojects.com.au/ Testing Grounds Testing Grounds Habitech Systems – experts in sustainable building – are having an open day this Saturday the 16th– Chris Barnett has created a modular panel display home, demonstrating a radical new way of building that’s incredibly green and efficient. 11am to 4pm, Corner Melville and Church St, Hawthornhttp://www.habitechsystems.com.au/ Lucy Humphrey’s ‘Horizon’, as part of Sculptures by the Sea in Sydney, is a 1.5m diameter acrylic sphere filled with water which inverts the view through it. Beautiful project, something to check out in Sydney.http://m.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/lucy-humphreys-twotonne-waterfilled-sculpture-turns-horizon-on-its-head-20131106-2x0br.html More art to check out: Melbourne Now – the NGV’s big summer show of local artists – is opening next week, and you can see lots of work coming together in the public spaces. MCR have started building their Community Hall under the water wall today, Phooey have been building a Trugo game, which you can spot through the window. And I’m building a big dome out of IKEA rubbish bins, come down and say hello as we finish it off. Melbourne Architours are hosting a tour of South Yarra, focusing on “the architecture, urban design, topography and local history of this rich part of the city”. Run by Andy Fergus, one of my students at Melbourne, a sharp guy. This Saturday from 10amhttp://http://www.architours.com.au/upcoming-tours/ RMIT ARCHITECTURE Major Project Exhibition opening this Friday 15th, Design Hub, 150 Victoria Street, Carlton, Project Room 1, Level 2, 6pm start RMIT Architecture Bachelors and Masters Exhibition opening tomorrow night at 6.30pm (wed 13th), Level 6, RMIT Design Hub.